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:iggms, was review- services Sunday. The pastor and I .rt N. Hamm. wife left Tuesday to attend the! Illinois Annual Conference in President's Parley of Jacksonville, which comes to a Legion auxiliary close Sunday afternoon follow- With Mrs. W. G. ing announcement of appoint- east of the city, on its. 14, at 2 p.m. A cordial invitation to all ! Guild of the St. St. THOMAS AQUINAS CH1TRCH church, will Rev. Edwa! M. Wrewer. Pt Mrs. Marie Van Hook Mass at 7 a.m. Sunday, June eVening, June 19th. 10. The time is on the new sum- Class of the Metho- mer schedule. Will meet in the ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Tuesday, June Rev. Albert G. Hoc Pastor .m., when a Lingerie Sunday School and Bible Class- held. Each member " a guGst. The es at 9 a.m. Divine worship 10 a.m. June committees You are always welcome at our services. Science Club THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH June 15, at 2 Robert Wilkes. Minister home of Mrs. Ed Bible School 9:30 a.m. North Belmont street. Worship service 10:35 a.m. will be Mrs. Junior and Senior Christian En- Mrs. Carl Baumann deavor 6:30 p.m. Bender. Roll Call Evening services at 7:30. Memories." There Mid-week Prayer and Bible Elephant sale. study Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. are asked to bring a Keep open the date of Sunday, Picture of herself. July 1, as it is Homecoming Day. Will Society of the Attend church every Sunday. Aquinas Catholic You are always welcome. Wednesday after- ]St JOITN'S LUTHERAN C]R cW the Tomlinson Recre- [ Rev. Rwf O. ZumJtein, pastoz with Mrs. Roman] Sunday School 9:30 a.m. After the bust- I Divine worship at 10:,30, a.m. Five Hundred was being awarded to I Music by the Girls Choir, Waddell, Mrs. Jas. Mrs. Thomas Wach- will meet next with Roth. 7, 1951  XOURT lqJi.Alla t "-------- ,," ...... II " , This burial ground has been l. All members ate urged to at. '  ,m m vv q  TT   All iS we .. ..... [ *t-,m in charge by the tgan [ na. - , - - - --.- vRauon to all. | t-   . ' "--- l U   n r. O A cordial in nt cemetery committee. The T'L _   Note:-The worship service o n [cou ty^_ , .... *,, was able to [ Girls and boys of the grade i .in.  ..... seTST CHURCH eundav, June 17, will be held at Ecru t.!y_  ,,",:'ntial sum of | school band went to Decatur on ,  LAAn ,,---  " cation ten- turn over , ,,o " nd ev Edwin L. Grooahoff, Pastor the Tomhnson Recr [ money from which rehabihtatmn / Monday m the school bus. a. . R ..... m ,,regu!ar meeting of Sunday School--10:00 a.m. ter. __ and improvements are being fl-',cars, and .enJoyed_a picnic ,, rastern ar t_nap- Worshio service----ll:00 a.m. ---- | -anced with the county doing relson t'arK on .aKe tcamr. , Will be held in the Evane'listic service 7:30 p.m. TTIqV[I. CONCEHT'--| 't' e work. I ,-.---.----.--.,--',,- .vs:,z MI Monna.: June II, --- .....  Pra.'er Meet- o.-* ...... _ .. I h  t azr=.no--os.v. ..... -" Bible btuoy m : (Contlnuec[  page xJ ] ] m weanesoay ETING OF ing7:30 P. .. . . ractice]ANNUXL ME  Are your eyes hypersensitive to  11 at o " nda School at 9 A M contact " " ' " " ' o f the Mount Pulaski Su y _ : -: -*] ..... - Grade school from 4 come imnortant items con- television bathe y ur eyes with Were entertained in _^B!ble School l)emonstrauon at ,illmetot2Um. on Monday and: cerning the'-future policy of the EYLAX - it acts like a tonic - my night by lrs. lo:oo . . -'-- ': "--- rune 11 and 13, for ---anization will come up for gives your eyes a chance to re- book "Korea," by There will be no preacmnlWeaneoaY, * v,s and final action will lax Don't accept a substitute - NEWS of Mr. and Mrs. For- Who came to Mount Sunday, June 3 for of their son, Bur- 3ara Lucille Mrs. Vern- Daykin, Nebr.; Mr. Noble of Peoria; George Maske of Mrs. James Wheeler ad Miss Connie Shel- of Vandalia; Melvin Filbert Maske of Van Nebraska folks went to Fort Leonard Wood, Mrs. Maske's bro- metal work on the First National Bank Was newly painted the Week. C. Humble, seaman l'c and stationed at the Naval Training Sta- in Mount Pulaski [th relatives, Mr. and Beidler and Mrs. R. part of the front on south side of by the Tuggle newly painted Wed- Hubbard, who gradu June 11, from the University, Evans- employed to teach junior high next Marie Alice of Virden, St. Louis University, with Miss Miri- A COIFFURE ? Wear and fashionable proper hair- warm weather look better, last gve you summer we give you designed for Phone 871 now. BEAUTY SHOP 13 Over Kresges RUBY CPJJM the purpose of interviewing pu- pils and parents. No beginning student will be accepted for the summer program after June 15. These lessons will be a part of the summer music program and are "free of charge." WESTERN ILLINOIS STATE COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT discussion, be taken if deemed advisable. Light refreshments will be i served. your dependable druggist has genuine EYLAX or will order it for you. Your dollars will b e "happy dollars" when they find out what bar- gains they get when they are left at our store. The 49th Commencement at Western Illinois State College, Macomb, was held Thursday, May 31, at 10 a.m. in Morgan gymnasium- Former graduates ofh Mlt ' Pulaski township mg who have been attending the col- lege, and graduated there last Thursday were: Robert Lee, son of Mr. and Western Auto Associate Store Mrs. Sidney fLel; r HandryMErUg ne ,DALE NF..AVILLE. Proprietor Manes, son of " " gene-Manes; Jeravd Hargis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd L. Har- gis, all of Mount Pulaski; and, Forrest Litterly, son of Mr, and Mrs. jess Litterly, Lake Frk" NEIGHBOR BOWERS.TEMPLEMAN if "HI NEIGHBOR!"--Your friendline and loyalty arc an inspiration to us. Tim year'll finds us striving to make our market an even better place for you to trade. This zelectiom of high quality values and variety are offered in the spirit of neighborliness---be assured that any member of your family will receive the best of service and selection from a full line of famous brands. Sunday afternoon, June 3, the graves of war veterans and oth- ers, were decorated at the Bow- ers- Templeman cemetery near State Route 121, north of Mount Pulaski, by relatives and friends, No regular memorial service was planned. PRESSURE SPRAY EQUIPMENT FOR RENT 2.4-D and D.D.T. PORTABLE EQUIPMENT Your OWN TRACTOR  USE YOUR OWN USE . . EXPENSrVE MATERIAL (oPfi0_nal) -.-^S COST MANPOWER  L,w,, Do the job yourself and kow it is done right. Per Hour $1.50 Min. $.00 Phone 440 LESTER ST ARR MouNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS KIDDIE LAND AMUSEMENT PARK SUNBRITE CLEANSER 2 - 150 $$.00 ir. of Ki Shears for 50 with 2 cans 8UNBRIT Bwift's Brookfield JAR CHEESE Southland Frozen STRAWBERRIES Kroger ICED TEA  . p.g. 4h Kroger .z- M...o..o. Fig Bars 2 . pk,..40e ALL RIDES Ktddle Boat Rid Embassy d  c= , Salad Dressing ,,.41e I  L,-- o-,. Peanut Bulter 31e Kroger -- SPOTLIGHT COFFEE . 77e Concession Stand Popcorn. Etc. By.pASS 66  JUNCTION 29 Near Drive-In Theatre SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS Open Week DayS, 6 P. M. -- Sat., sun- Ho g P" M. r Florida -- 28 lb. average Watermelon  1,49 California Vine Riimned--27 size Catal0e . Fresh Texas Grown Green Gem 6-- 39e Firm. Golden Ripe Bananas  I 2 ,-,- ,.... 27e Kroge Super Soft BREAD ..S,,.- I Pure Cane Supr 1,  All popular brands Olpretk4 -.- 1 10 , Kerr Mason Fruit Jars ,,.  9h Kroger l'osen Concoutr&to Orange Juioe, ,s, 1Be I U.S. No. I Alabama -- RED Potatoes lO 41io California Valoncim.  ,d Oranges ,!.,. California . hurp tS si Head LeltBe 2,o, California - $0 LEMOHS , 40e